Villa unveil Stojanovic, Byekwaso in Technical Team reshuffle

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Uganda Premier league side SC Villa have officially unveiled Serbian coach Dusan Stojanovic as their new head coach.

Stojanovic was unveiled at the club offices in Industrial area on Tuesday by the club Vice President Daniel Bakaki.

Stojanovic takes over helms at Villa

He replaces Jackson Magera at the helms of the 16 time Uganda Premier league champions.

The Serbian tactician was appointed on a two year employment contract and will work with Morley Byekwaso as his assistant.

Morley Byekwaso is the Stojanovic’s assistant at Villa

Stojanovic believes with hard work he can quench the thirsty for glory at the record league champions

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“I thank the club management for making this possible. I have come to the club with long glory and tradition. I thank the former coaches who did a great job and were unlucky in the last game.”

I know weight of this club and thirsty for glory the fans have and I can only promise hard work. I am not a person who talks alot but I want to work on the pitch.”

On the style of play

“The style of play depends on the players you have. Personally, I want to score a lot of goals through possession.”

Stojanovic on his relationship with Uganda Cranes head coach Milutin Sredojevic

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“We come from the same country as Micho and we are friends.”

Micho and Stojanovic worked together at Egyptian side Zamalek and Zambian National team.

At the same function, Isaac Mwesigwa was confirmed as the club chief executive officer replacing William Nkemba. Mwesigwa has been serving in the same capacity at Express FC.

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Stojanovic becomes the sixth foreign tactician to manage at the club, others are Englishman Geoff Hudson, Serbia’s Milutin “Micho” Sredojevic, Serbian Zivojnov Srdjan, Spanish Antonio Flores and Greek coach Petros Koukouras.

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